p-4S-UPF1 recruits SMG5, SMG7, SMG6, PNRC2, DCP1A, and PP2A

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SMG6, SMG5 and SMG7 contain 14-3-3 domains which are believed to bind phosphorylated SQ motifs in UPF1 (Chiu et al. 2003, Ohnishi et al. 2003, Unterholzner and Izaurralde 2004, Fukuhara et al. 2005, Durand et al. 2007). SMG7 has been shown to bind UPF1 directly, target UPF1 for dephosphorylation by PP2A, and recruit enzymes that degrade RNA (Ohnishi et al. 2003, Unterholzner and Izaurralde 2004, Fukuhara et al. 2005). UPF3AS (the small isoform of UPF3A) also associates with the complex (Ohnishi et al. 2003). SMG6 is an endoribonuclease that cleaves the mRNA bound by UPF1 and also recruits phosphatase PP2A to dephosphorylate UPF1 (Chiu et al. 2003, Glavan et al. 2006, Eberle et al. 2009). PNRC2 binds both phospo-UPF1 and the decapping enzyme DCP1A, thereby facilitating decapping of the mRNA (Cho et al. 2009, Lai et al. 2012, Cho et al. 2013).
Though immunofluorescence in vivo indicates that SMG5 and SMG7 exist in separate complexes from SMG6 (Unterholzner and Izaurralde 2004) immunoprecipitation shows that SMG6 is present in complexes that also contain SMG5, SMG7, UPF1, UPF2, Y14, Magoh, and PABP (Kashima et al. 2010). SMG5, SMG6, and SMG7 are therefore represented here together in the same RNP complex. It is possible that some complexes contain only SMG6 or SMG5:SMG7 (reviewed in Nicholson et al. 2010, Muhlemann and Lykke-Andersen 2010). Note that "Smg5/7a" in Chiu et al. 2003 actually refers to SMG6.
Phosphorylated UPF1 also inhibits translation initiation by inhibiting conversion of 40S:tRNAmet:mRNA to 80S:tRNAmet:mRNA complexes (Isken et al. 2008)
Literature References
PubMed ID Title Journal Year
15721257 SMG7 is a 14-3-3-like adaptor in the nonsense-mediated mRNA decay pathway

Ebert, J, Conti, E, Fukuhara, N, Lindner, D, Unterholzner, L, Izaurralde, E

Mol Cell 2005
20023408 How and where are nonsense mRNAs degraded in mammalian cells?

Lykke-Andersen, J, Muhlemann, O

RNA Biol 2010
14636577 Phosphorylation of hUPF1 induces formation of mRNA surveillance complexes containing hSMG-5 and hSMG-7

Ohno, S, Grimson, A, Yamashita, A, Ohnishi, T, Anderson, P, Hachiya, T, Anders, KR, Hentze, MW, Schell, T, Kashima, I

Mol Cell 2003
15546618 SMG7 acts as a molecular link between mRNA surveillance and mRNA decay

Unterholzner, L, Izaurralde, E

Mol Cell 2004
23085078 Structural basis of the PNRC2-mediated link between mrna surveillance and decapping

Lai, T, Song, H, Cho, H, Bowler, MW, Liu, Z, Parker, R, Kim, YK, Piao, S

Structure 2012
18423202 Upf1 phosphorylation triggers translational repression during nonsense-mediated mRNA decay

Isken, O, Kim, YK, Maquat, LE, Mayeur, GL, Hershey, JW, Hosoda, N

Cell 2008
23234702 SMG5-PNRC2 is functionally dominant compared with SMG5-SMG7 in mammalian nonsense-mediated mRNA decay

Cho, H, Choe, J, Choi, SS, Park, SG, Kim, YK, Han, S

Nucleic Acids Res. 2013
17893241 Inhibition of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay (NMD) by a new chemical molecule reveals the dynamic of NMD factors in P-bodies

Bertrand, E, Cougot, N, Durand, S, Tazi, J, Mahuteau-Betzer, F, Nguyen, CH, Lejeune, F, Grierson, DS

J Cell Biol 2007
19150429 Human proline-rich nuclear receptor coregulatory protein 2 mediates an interaction between mRNA surveillance machinery and decapping complex

Cho, H, Kim, KM, Kim, YK

Mol. Cell 2009
20930030 SMG6 interacts with the exon junction complex via two conserved EJC-binding motifs (EBMs) required for nonsense-mediated mRNA decay

Jonas, S, Buchwald, G, Conti, E, Jayachandran, U, Lupas, AN, Izaurralde, E, Kashima, I

Genes Dev 2010
12554878 Characterization of human Smg5/7a: a protein with similarities to Caenorhabditis elegans SMG5 and SMG7 that functions in the dephosphorylation of Upf1

Serin, G, Maquat, LE, Ohara, O, Chiu, SY

RNA 2003
17053788 Structures of the PIN domains of SMG6 and SMG5 reveal a nuclease within the mRNA surveillance complex

Conti, E, Behm-Ansmant, I, Glavan, F, Izaurralde, E

EMBO J 2006
19060897 SMG6 promotes endonucleolytic cleavage of nonsense mRNA in human cells

Jensen, TH, Eberle, AB, Lykke-Andersen, S, Muhlemann, O

Nat Struct Mol Biol 2009
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